'Childish' play hits Boylan's nerves
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#1 Jan 31, 2008
What's to say? Bulls are dead. Buried. The funeral is over and the tombstone is in place. Next move is to Pax. There are still many promising elements here but some very notable misadventures have ruined this season. Let's hope Pax has learned from his mistakes. For now, NBA season is over in Chitown. Time to begin checking my spring training calendar... Oh, yeah. Chicago Storm (3rd place in MISL) plays at Baltimore tomorrow (Friday) night and at home (Sears Center in Hoffman Estates) against the New Jersey Ironmen Saturday evening. I've been meaning to check those guys out. I remember enjoying the Chicago Sting back in the late 70s and early 80s. Perhaps there's still a little life left in Chicago's winter sports scene.
#2 Feb 1, 2008
This team will keep pushing. Its been worn out, but the character of the majority of the players on this team will ultimately push them into the playoffs and playing some much better basketball. Ive been a fan for too long and I know these guys, don't give up on this team in February, March, and April. I will post back when all of this comes true, because it WILL.
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